Little People's pregnant Isabel Roloff teases when she may give birth as star and husband Jacob await first child

LITTLE People, Big World star Isabel Roloff may have dropped a big hint as to when she and husband Jacob can expect their first child.

The mom-to-be shared the date as she reflected in an Instagram Story selfie.

"Me looking at myself in the mirror trying to wrap my mind around the fact that I could have a baby next month," she shared.

Isabel, 25, and husband Jacob, 24, announced in July that they are expecting a baby boy together.

The loving couple made the revelation alongside several snaps from a sweet photoshoot, which showed Jacob cradling his wife’s growing baby bump.

Alongside the photos, they wrote: "We are elated to share that the baby boy we have been dreaming of is coming this December."


In September, the expectant mother shared a video compilation of her baby shower, revealing a slew of decorations, food and special moments alongside family and friends.

Isabel reunited with all of her sisters-in-law for the special occasion, despite their previous disagreements.

Even fellow pregnant sister Audrey, 30, attended the event, putting aside any lingering beef the ladies may have with each other.

Pregnant Isabel and mother-in-law Amy, 56, also posed for pictures at the Roloff family farm, just in time for pumpkin season to kick into high gear.


The siblings have famously not see eye-to-eye on many topics discussed throughout the pandemic, as some are more conservative and some lean more liberal.

Despite the positivity surrounding her pregnancy, Isabel has confessed to feeling "unlovable and broken" after revealing depression and eating disorder battles.

But Isabel ended her Instagram Stories on a happy note, sending a shout-out to her would-be daddy.

She shared: "Guys, I did a bold thing. Flirted with my crush. Now I'm having his baby."

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